Sheriff Carter interviews for a new job, Zoe braces herself for change, and someone works behind the scenes to make sure the new sheriff, a robot, fails.
Did You Know?
The building that is used as a long-shot backdrop in the middle of this episode (just before they descend into an underground laboratory) is actually the Milwaukee Art Museum and War Memorial designed by Eero Saarinen. The picture is taken looking north from the pedestrian bridge that connects Wisconsin Ave. to the new Calatrava Wing of the Art Museum (the white extension that can just be seen on the right of the shot). See more
When Carter is driving to the lab at the end his car is battered by pine cones which, due to artificial gravity fluctuations "probably weigh as much as anvils". Neither Carter nor his car seem to show any effects of the heightened gravity. However, just before Carter starts driving, Henry is shown closing the hood of the vehicle saying he's wired in a tensor generator to create a repulsive field to protect against the gravity fields. See more
[Sheriff Andy has just been fried by a tensor field
Ouch! I don't think I like this job.
References The Terminator
Eureka On My Mind Reprise
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh See more